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Periakaruppan Thiagarajan
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I have created my own website using servlets. But, do not know how to host and make it accessible over internet bu other users.

Please guide me

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things required to achieve above.

1. need a Web Server on Server. (which supports Servlet and Jsp Stuff or can say servlet Container)
2. need Web space on static IP address Server.
 
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The Servlets FAQ has a list of Java hosting companies, with prices starting at around $5 per month.
 
Periakaruppan Thiagarajan
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I have deployed the application in BEA weblogic 7.0 which is installed in my machine.

But, What I need to know is how to access my application over internet? Do I need to register my application anywhere to access over internet?

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Pk
[ March 12, 2007: Message edited by: Periakaruppan Thiagarajan ]
 
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Your machine must be accessible for inbound traffic, which most desktop machines are not these days. Do you have a static IP address, and does the firewall/NAT allow traffic to get through to it? If you aren't sure, ask a system administrator.
 
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Originally posted by Ulf Dittmer:
Your machine must be accessible for inbound traffic, which most desktop machines are not these days. Do you have a static IP address, and does the firewall/NAT allow traffic to get through to it? If you aren't sure, ask a system administrator.


I agree with you.

once you are sure about the above mentioned things try your application from other system using.

http://your ip address :8080/myapp/welcome.html
 
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